Battlegrounds Mobile India-the local incarnation of PUBG Mobile-received a client patch on Saturday to fix some known issues. This update fixes a bug that caused the Battle Royale game to get stuck on the loading screen when the player is wearing a unicorn suit. There is also a fix for closing Battlegrounds Mobile India on some devices. Developer Krafton released a patch a few days after reporting the problem online. However, some known issues have not been resolved.
Krafton provides release notes for the client patch through the Battlegrounds Mobile India website. According to the instructions, the update fixes the problem that the game gets stuck on the loading screen when wearing a unicorn suit. This is the first report last week.
The latest client patch also solves the problem of closing the game when accessing the Season (C1S1) menu on some devices. Also fixed an issue that caused players not to be hit when riding an off-road vehicle in Mission Ignition mode. In addition, this patch fixes the problem of reducing the sound of other players’ Tesla vehicles.
Battlegrounds Mobile India has received a patch via a server-side update. This means you don’t need to download a new version from the Google Play Store. However, once you restart the game, the patch will be applied.
Although the latest patch solves many known issues, there are still some that have not been fixed. For example, Krafton mentioned on its website that in some cases, users still cannot claim the in-game currency UC, and received an error message stating that “UC will not be applied intermittently after purchase”. Appears when an affected user tries to purchase UC from the game.
Some users are also unable to receive rewards from the daily special package. Similarly, in some cases, when users access the Supply Medal received from Advanced Supplies Crate, the game will move to the wrong page.
Krafton has advised all these users to contact the development team in the following ways set up > basic > customer service From the game.
Battlegrounds Mobile India debuted as the Indian version of PUBG Mobile earlier this month and received its first content update last week. The update brings features including Mission Ignition mode and access to Tesla Gigafactory. However, it also describes issues that the company is fixing through its patches.
It is important to point out that Krafton himself claims that Battlegrounds Mobile India exceeded 34 million players in its first week of launch. This indicates that these issues can have a large impact and therefore require quick fixes.